Legal professionals often anticipate having to listen to or watch hundreds of hours of tape, if not more, in order to find and analyze the relevant passages in discovery. But as the first part of this series on special e-discovery files reveals, tactics exist to streamline the workflow for locating, sorting and examining audio and video materials.
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Covington & Burling partner Rani Gupta Gupta discusses how insurance recovery litigators are pushing back against courts’ assertions that COVID-19 does not result in property damage losses.
Continue Reading 'It's Gotten Overcomplicated': Covington's Rani Gupta Says Courts Might Be Jumping to Incorrect Scientific Conclusions in COVID-19 Business Interruption Cases

It will be a bittersweet episode of Legaltech Week tomorrow as we toast Zach Warren, who is leaving our panel and his job as editor-in-chief of Legaltech News for an exciting new opportunity. It’s strictly bring your own champagne, but we hope you’ll join us as we bid Zach farewell.
Of course, as usual, we’ll also round up the week’s
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From : Blog Entry >> ILTA’s Blog Entry(Chicago, IL) August 4, 2022 – The International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) announces a limited content collaboration with the Legal Marketing Association (LMA). Over the remaining months of 2022, ILTA and LMA will produce a 30-minute podcast series, “Marketing and Technology: How a Communicative Relationship can Yield Valuable Results.” In this collaboration,
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